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Young Beth Jacob!

Morning
Groups Begin @ 10:30am, Parents please tend to your children beforehand

Rabbi Avram Bogopulsky Shabbat Ki Tetze, September 1 2012 , Parshat Ki Tetze 1046 Haftorah pg. 1201

President Rand Levin

Rabbi Blooms Class: @ 5:35PM

Afternoon
Groups with the Weisers -5:20pm

Note: Shabbat Reading is divided into 7 sections. Each section is called an Aliya [literally: Go up] since for each Aliya, one person goes up to make a bracha [blessing] on the Torah Reading.

Youth Morning Groups Tots: Below 1st Grade with Morahs Faye & Shayna Group 2: Active and Educational Programs with our Middle School Helpers Junior Cong: The Classic Reborn with Mr. Weiser

Teen Morning Groups Pre-Teen Girls: Torah Learning w/Bobbe Reitman -OFF Tweeners Groups Shalosh Seudos in classroom A

Get Excited!
Girls and Boys Mishmar-Wednesday @ 4:15-6:15pm-This week-OFF Bloomberry Pancakes-Sundays at 8:45-9:30am- Back & Bigger Girls Night Out-every other week, ages 13-18, Friday night, 9:0010:00pm at the home of Yisroel & Malka Weiser. Contact Mr. Weiser for details on Youth 619.933.6740

1st Aliya: In an illuminating sequence of emotional and legal circumstances,Moshe forewarned us of the moral and familial dangers of warfare. A soldier brings home a non-Jewish female captive. Disregarding rational and obvious differences, he marries her, has his 1st son with her, and eventually resents the discord he has fostered upon himself, his captive wife, and his extended family. Attempting to deny his responsibility in the resentment turned to hatred breaking apart his family, he attempts to deny his 1st born sons rights. This is illegal. This can produce the Rebellious Son; a child who does not value the private rights of person or property and will eventually be executed for his crimes against society. Its a tragedy that begs us to consider the long range consequences of our actions before giving legal license to the wild beast within each of us. 2nd Aliya: The laws regarding: hanging and burial; returning

lost articles; the fallen animal; transvestitism; and the birds nest are detailed. 3rd Aliya: The laws regarding: guard rails; mixed agriculture; forbidden combinations; Tzitzit; the defamed wife; if the accusations against the wife are true; the penalty for adultery; the rape of a betrothed or unmarried girl; the prohibition against marrying a fathers wife; the Mamzer; and the prohibition against marrying an Ammonite or Moabite are detailed. 4th Aliya: The laws regarding: marriage to Edomites or Egyptians; the sanctity of the army camp; sheltering run away slaves; prostitution; deducted interest; and keeping vows are commanded. 5th and 6th Aliyot:The laws regarding: workers eating while they harvest;divorce and remarriage; military exemptions for a new husband; taking a millstone as security for a loan; the punishment for kidnapping; leprosy; general laws regarding security for loans, are detailed. 7th Aliya: The laws regarding

testimony of close relatives; concern for the widowed and orphaned; forgotten sheaves of grain; leftover fruit from the harvest; Malkos flogging; the childless sister-in- law; the assailant and the wife who comes to the rescue; honest weights and measures; and remembering Amalek are commanded.

Haftorah Ki Seitzei Isaiah 54:1-10


The Haftorah for this weeks Parsha, Ki Sietzei, was taken from chapter 54 in Yishayuhu. It describes Israel as afflicted barren, and inconsolable in the aftermath of the Temples destruction. The Navi assured the People that Hashems kindness and love for them is ever present, protecting and sustaining them at all times.

Mincha.....................................6:45pm Candlelighting..........................6:55pm Shacharis Beit Midrash.............7:45am Daf Yomi...................................7:45am Shacharis Main Shul.................8:45am Latest Shema...........................9:35am Beit Midrash Learning..............5:00pm Ladies Class...................................OFF

Shabbat Schedule

Youth Groups..............................5:20pm Rabbis Class...............................5:35pm Mincha.........................................6:35pm Shabbos Ends..............................7:54pm

Sun, Mon Shacharis.....................8:00am Tue-Fri..................................6:20/7:15am Sun-Thu Mincha/Maariv...............6:50pm Late Maariv..................................9:15pm

Weekly Schedule

Our community offers a wide range of learning opportunities.

Learning In Your Community

Welcome!!
To all guests and visitors. Michael & Bonnie Bercowicz from Presentations Gallery Ltd.

Mazal Tov!!!
Happy Birthday Denise Kelin. Doris Jaffe on the engagement of her grandson Corey Felsman-Jaffe to Rebecca Roseblatt Alberto & Mazu Attia and Family on the marriage of their daughter Jessica in Israel this past week.

Daf Yomi: Mon-Fri at 6:15 am, Sunday at 7:00 am, Shabbos at 7:45 am Sun-Thu at 8:15-9:15pm with Yaakov Klein Amud Yomi: Contact Rabbi Simon Mr. Weiser Whats on Weisers mind? Call him to find out: 619.933.6740 Beis Midrash Learning: Bagel and cream cheese, fresh brewed coffee every Sunday @ 8:45am. Come and get a chavrusa and study.

YOMI

Thank You!!!
Kiddush is sponsored by the Snyder and Ellis families IHO of the birth of Tzeira Aviva to Sam & Meryn Ellis.

Monday
Prophets W/Rabbi Marks OFF

Tuesday
Beginner Talmud w/Rabbi Marks 8:15 - 9:00 pm

Wednesday
Ladies Class w/The Rabbi 2:00 - 2:45 pm Tastes of Talmud w/Rabbi Adatto 8:15-9:00 pm

Thursday
Parsha W/ The Rabbi 7:30 pm Mishmar & Cholent 9:30 - 10:30 pm

Refuah Sheleima

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HIGH HOLIDAYS SEATS!!!


All members in good standing (dues paid up as of August 31, 2012) will receive the same seats as last year (husband & wife). Children seats are $50 each. Non-Member Seats: $150 each FMI call the Shul 619-287-9890 Rabbis Afternoon Class:
Interest in Interest

@ 5:35pm

THS Presents: Lecture with Rabbi Yissocher Frand!!! Sunday September 9 7:15pm @ Adat Yeshurun Adults $25 Students $15 after 8/30 tickets are: Adults $30 Students $20

Chessed Committee!
To give or receive Chessed call Phil Bloch @ 619-589-8920 or

the Shul Office 619-287-9890

New Rosh Hashanah Greeting Project!!!


You can participate in the sending of a 1 lb. jar of honey with a greeting to fellow members that will be delivered by us before Rosh Hashanah. Beginning Monday, visit HappyRoshHashanah.com and click login. Only $1 per recipient DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12!!!